The first Test match between India and England has reached a turning point. On the fourth day of the match, India fast bowler Jaspreet Bumrah bowled again and took five wickets in his sixth innings, preventing England from scoring in the second innings despite skipper Joe Root’s century. At one time Indian bowlers struggled to pull out batsmen from England. The result was that the team lost all its criticism during this period. Former England captain Michael Waugh has been critical of the Indian team for poor criticism and defeat.
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He tweeted during the fourth day’s game, ‘India is very bad at taking DRS.’ During the England innings, Captain Route was scoring 97 while fast bowler Mohammed Siraj had persuaded Indian captain Virat Kohli to take DRS. But the criticism of India here was bad and even then the team’s reviews were bad.
India is so bad in reviews …. !!
– Michael Vaughan (@ Michael Vaughan) August 7, 2021
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The first session of the fifth day of this match is very significant. If India score 60-70 without losing a wicket in this session, their chances of winning are increased, but on the contrary, if the English team initially gets 3-4, it will open the way for them to win the match. Chasing a target of 209, India scored 52 for one wicket in the fourth day. Thus, he now needs just 157 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series. England scored 303 in their second innings with captain Root’s 109. England scored 183 in their first innings, in reply to India’s 278 and 95 runs.